While GG has seemingly resurrected for me (I've been able to post the last few rounds and get stats), I'm interested to find out how this proceeds. I'm curious how the tags work with my grips -- do I need to glue them in like I did with GG, and how do I remove the GG ones?
How did you handle GG? I also initially didn't like having it on my belt (I generally don't like even having much of anything in my pockets when I play), but I was able to get used to that one quickly. But this one looks (at least in pictures) a bit bulkier.
Interesting how both are like I don’t know what a bowed wrist is. OK. Yeah that’s their natural wrist position pretty much their entire lives so that’s what top of the wrist positions feel like but I’m sure if someone asked them to reduce the flex a bit they could therefore they know what a bowed wrist is. I get what they implicitly mean I think when they say it. I think.
Day 73. Between times at the office today, I snuck home to spend a dozen minutes between my 6-iron and 3-hybrid in my indoors practice room. The usual.
(I'm actually going to sneak to the practice green between now and when I go back to the office later today, but we can't count later events on this challenge)
(I also came home for totally-real work-related reasons today, not just to spend some time practicing golf)
Yea, you shouldn't follow their ruling unless they are willing to mark those trees. If you do follow their advice, do not post for USGA score.
Here is the situation, it is unfair that you know that is a local rule is enforced when posting scores and other people do not. If the course is not going to obey USGA requirements of marking those trees, then they are not considered a No Play Zone.
This is why golf courses use the scorecard to mark any local rules enforced, or have signs, or actually mark trees as NPZ or areas as GUR. So the information is there for everyone else. Their response to not disclose the information is just sketchy.
Both are good, Caledonia is much more of a traditional look, True Blue is more like Tobacco Road in the Low Country terrain. If you want the more Strantz-y experience, True Blue is the way to go. I like the Strantz courses, but I'd pick Caledonia. But I get to play TR fairly regularly.